Table 3: Forest plot of dietary alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) intake and long-chain omega-3 intake versus total incidence of prostate cancer (Giovannucci et al. [11] removed).

Study name Subgroup within studyTime pointStatistics for each study
Rick ratioLower limitUpper limit -value -value Risk ratio and 95% Cl Relative weight

SchuurmanALA19990.7600.5691.016−1.8540.064826254.fig.0026.50
KoralekALA20060.9400.81001.090−0.8170.41424.83
ParkALA20070.9200.8351.0141.6830.09258.07
Wallstr mALA20070.9200.7331.155−0.7190.47210.60
0.9140.8480.984−2.3970.017
SchuurmanDHA19991.0300.7541.4070.1860.8538.16
ParkDHA20070.9900.8951..96−0.1940.84677.37
WallstromDHA20071.2901.0201.6312.1290.03314.47
1.0320.9441.1280.6920.489
Schuurman EPA19991.0000.7351.3600.0001.0009.19
ParkEPA20071.0100.9061.1250.1800.85774.12
Wallstr mEPA20071.2801.0191.6082.1200.03416.68
1.0500.9561.1521.0210.307
Wallstr mLong-chain 20071.2801.0111.6212.0480.04125.23
ChavarrqLong-chain 20081.0900.9501.2501.2310.21874.77
1.1351.0081.2782.0930.036
1.0040.9601.0500.1780.859